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A skeletal tree reaching out for comfort from the moon Luna
Floppy at the beach. The floppy-eared beagle, actually named 'Floppy' runs on the beach, his ears flying in the air.
Feeding Time

Seagulls begin to swarm around a benefactor.
A Juvenile Gecko in the process of growing a new tail.
Anglers in the Fog

Two anglers try their luck in a cold thick fog.
During a very high wind a colorful group of birds huddled
along the beach
Prongorns mating
Chimney tops in Smoky Mountain National Park. One of my most grateful pieces. Had to be there at the right second to catch the sun ray on the tops.
Little Greek Girl
Ramona Falls
Ghosts in the Range
Fort Rock - Freezing Fog

A freezing fog refused to lift just as the sunrise was happening.
At the US Women's National Team soccer game, where dreams come true.
Riverside Church, New York City. I got down to the ground of this beautiful church to get this interior shot of the aisle towards the altar, and work with symmetry and geometry, reflections on the flo
Perfect Peppers

Perfect peppers are displayed at the Granville Market
Taken on a back road off i-75 in Tennessee. Took a break from driving to enjoy the sunset and came across this barn in a farm country.
Serenity in tangled setting
A lonely cat peering out the window.
Cascade of Orange
Must be Love
A beautiful sunset
Eye of a horse on a summer day
Continent's Edge

Trees seem to almost fall off into the Pacific Ocean.
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Fort Rock - Freezing Fog A freezing fog refused to lift just as the sunrise was happening.

Fort Rock - Freezing Fog A freezing fog refused to lift just as the sunrise was happening.

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© Ed Ruttledge.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 11.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2011, 1:23 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon EOS 50D
Focal Length: 11mm
Shutter Speed: 1/50
Aperture: f10
ISO: ISO200
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